György Grozer (born 27 November 1984) is a German volleyball player of Hungarian origins, a member of Germany men's national volleyball team and Russian club Belogorie Belgorod, a gold medalist of the European League 2009, a bronze medalist of the World Championship 2014, double German Champion (2009, 2010), Polish Champion (2012), Russian Champion (2013).
In 2012 signed contract with Russian club Belogorie Belgorod
In 2014 played at World Championship 2014 held in Poland. Germany won the match for the bronze medal with France
CEV Champions League
2013/2014 - with Belogorie Belgorod
2011/2012 - with Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
2008/2009 Gold medal-German Championship, with VfB Friedrichshafen
2009/2010 Gold medal-German Championship, with VfB Friedrichshafen
2010/2011 Bronze medal-Polish Championship, with Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
2011/2012 Gold medal-Polish Championship, with Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
2012/2013 Gold medal-Russian Championship, with Belogorie Belgorod
Bronze medal with cup-2014 Poland
Gold medal with cup-Portugal
2008 European League - Best Scorer:
The 2008 Men's European Volleyball League was the fifth edition of the annual Men's Volleyball Tournament, played by nine European countries from June 13 to July 13, 2008. The Final Four was held in Bursa, Turkey from July 19 to July 20.
For the first time Great Britain joined the competition and it will also enter it as a unified team as a result of a FIVB decision which allows the United Kingdom to play as a unified team in order to prepare for the next 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Austria and Belarus also joined the European League for the first time.
The tournament was won by Slovakia, defeating the Netherlands by 3–1 in the finals.
2009 European League - Best Blocker:
The 2009 Men's European Volleyball League was the six edition of the annual Men's Volleyball Tournament, played by twelve European countries from June 5 to July 12, 2009. The Final Four was held in Portimão, Portugal from July 18 to July 19.
The tournament was won by Germany, defeating the Spain by 3-2 in the finals.
2012 PlusLiga - MVP:
PlusLiga (Polish: PlusLiga Siatkarzy), is the highest level of men's volleyball in Poland, a professional league competition for volleyball clubs located in this country. It is overseen by Profesjonalna Liga Pi?ki Siatkowej S.A. (PLPS S.A.). It is currently a 12 team league that plays a 22 game schedule from September to March. The regular season is followed by playoffs, with the winner earning the mistrzostwo Polski (little shield). It is one of the best volleyball leagues in Europe. According to the latest rankings of European volleyball leagues, compiled by the European Volleyball Confederation, the Polish league is ranked 3rd best.
The competition was called Klasa wydzielona, Ekstraklasa, 1 liga Seria A in 1954-2000. Since June 30, 2000 this is a professional league - Polska Liga Siatkówki.
2012 Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner - Best Server:
The X Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner was held at CRS Hall in Zielona Góra, Poland from 20 to 22 July 2012. Like the previous edition, 4 teams participated in the tournament.